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Oct 7, 2012 8:30am PDT
takes a certain-- as president clinton would say-- it takes a certain brass to do what governor romney did. this is what he used to do in private business. he was the closer at bain capital, and the basic theory is say whatever you need to, to get the deal and that's what he did that night. >> romney said that wasn't the case. the president just didn't do his homework. >> the president did plenty of homework. the difference is governor romney went to give a performance. he gave eye good performance. homework entails internalizing facts. governor romney was about the business of distorting them, and ignoring them. >> reporter: let me ask you about the facts, on the taxes question. you say governor romney wasn't truthful. but was that-- you know, he's making a promise. he's saying we're going to have 20% tax reductions and we're going to make that up with loophole closures. you may say that's unrealistic but it's not-- >> john, he said 20% personal income tax deductions. earlier in the year he said for upper income people as well as everyone else. he changed that now. he said 30% tax cut
Oct 14, 2012 10:30am EDT
on, and hillary clinton, secretary clinton, has appointed an accountability review board to look at this, and we will get the answers. but the way we're doing it, i think, is basically based on a campaign schedule, trying to give romney some talking points. but i don't think that our men who were killed deserve this. i don't think our diplomatic corps deserves this. we can do better. >> schieffer: let me just judge you this, congressman, and i say this with all respect-- if there were a car wreck here on m. street outside my office and i looked out the window and saw a car wreck, i wouldn't have to wait until the cops came to know it was a car wreck. i mean it was a car wreck. there were two dozen people in the countdown there. they had windows. they could look out the window. they could see there was no demonstration going on. and yet it was not until last week that the administration admitted that this was a preplanned terrorist attack and not a spontaneous demonstration. >> what certainly-- from what i understand, secretary rice was given information by the intelligence folks. an
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